Extended Stay America - Miami - Coral Gables
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Antarctica) and brought back hundreds of important plants, including mangos, alfalfa, nectarines, dates, cotton, soybeans, bamboos and the flowering cherry trees that grace Washington D.C.
Dr. Fairchild retired to Miami in 1935 and joined a group of passionate plant collectors and horticulturists, including retired accountant Col. Robert H. Montgomery, environmentalist Marjory Stoneman Douglas and landscape architect William Lyman ...
... that when my GPS was telling me to turn, for example on 162nd Street and I was at 152nd Street, it was exactly one mile. So, I zoomed out on the map to discover that everything is laid out in almost-perfect equidistant squares.
While the road network is a cartographers dream, it can be a driver’s nightmare because at some point someone obviously decided to start giving the street and avenues a ...
... of that, the next day we had a full on relax of shopping and beach. We had to buy a new suitcase to fit all of our purchases and things we had picked up on the way through this journey. The thunderstorms however put an end to our ideas of the beach, so we picked up some food and sat and watched the World Cup instead... Perfect! Tomorrow we would be boarding our cruise ship for a weekend in the Bahamas, first to Nassau and then to the liners private island of Great Stirrup ...
... wind picked up but there were thunderstorms everywhere and even though it was Monday, June 2nd (Crandon Park kiteboarding now allowed), it didn't seem like Brian felt up to kiting. That told me he was really not feeling well!...
The highlight was the dinner we had with Axel (an AdPeople colleague of mine) and his wife, Charlotte. Axel jokingly suggested that we meet for dinner at an Austrian restaurant but I thought it was a great idea. I had a great schnitzel ...
... I opened the tupperware I apparently wasn’t moving fast enough and one spotted beast got her hooves up on the side of the boat with her mouth wide open scaring the **** out of me! Of course the guys laughed at the screaming girl and when Captain Steve told me to try and make sure this 100 ton beast doesn’t damage the rubber boat I gladly handed over the food opting to play cameraman instead. Next we made our way to Compass Cay to visit their pet sharks ...